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SW:TOR Acronyms and Terms

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12.19.2011 , 09:27 PM | #1
Special Note: Any item highlighted in Blue* is an important abbreviation or acronym relating directly to the game SW:TOR. Although the other acronyms may be found in SW:TOR, they are generally seen in many types of online games.

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  • A
    Abilities: Player character learned abilities; an effect (power, skill, or spell). See Skills
    Active: Active is short for Activate. An ability, skill, or power that requires activation to work.
    Add: Additional Mobs
    AC: 1. Advanced Class* or 2. Asheron’s Call (
    AE: Area Effect (See AoE)
    AFK: Away From Keyboard
    Aggro: To gain attention of a mob or the amount of attention.
    AH: Auction House (an ingame place to buy and sell)
    AI: Artificial Intelligence, relating to the difficulty of a mob
    AKA: Also known as
    Alt: A players additional avatar or character. Usually secondary characters.
    AM: Short for Armormech, (a crew skill)
    AoE: Area of Effect (See AE)
    AoC: Age of Conan (
    APB: All Points Bulletin (
    Art: Short for Artifice (a crew skill)
    AT: Short for armstech (a crew skill)
    ATC: After the Treaty of Coruscant*
    Arch: Short for archaeology (a crew skill)
    ATK: At the Keyboard
    Attribute: Major statistic(s) for a character which reflect directly on a character's capabilities.
    Attunement: Gaining access for locked doors or content such as an Instance (see Keyed)
    Avatar: A players controlled Toon or Character

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  • B
    BA: Short for bioanalysis (a crew skill)
    Bantha Fodder: A suggestion that the one to whom the phrase is applied is dead or as good as dead.
    Bashing: Hostile and insulting interaction between Internet users. (see flaming)
    BBY: Before the Battle of Yavin*
    BC: Short for biochem (a crew skill) (See ALSO BA and BIO)
    BF /BG: Battlefield / Battleground (See Warzone)
    BH: Bounty Hunter (1 of 8 classes in SWTOR)
    BioWare: The Developer of KOTORs, TOR (this game) and ME (
    Bio / Bio Break: Euphemism for biological break (bathroom break) - (SEE ALSO BA and BC)
    Bio-link: Another term for Bind or Soulbound.
    Bind: 1. To make an item usable only by the player who binds it. 2. Also sometimes to set a location as default.
    Blizzard: The developers of WoW and Diablo (
    Blue milk run: An ordinary and uneventful mission or quest.
    BoE, BoU, BoP, BoA, BTA: Bind on Equip, Bind on Use, Bind on Pickup, Bind on Acquire, Bound to Account
    Bot /Botting: A form of illegal (against the EULA) gameplay, where actions of a character can be automated with minimal input from the player.
    BRB/BBL: Be Right Back / Be Back Later
    BRT: Be Right There
    BTC: Before the Treaty of Coruscant
    Bubble: A spell which grants temporary immunity to damage.
    Buff: A helpful increase in stats
    Bug: A glitch or problem with the game.
    Burn down/burn: To Focus all group damage on boss or target
    BW: BioWare

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  • C
    Camp /Camping: Remaining in the same area with intent to attack opposing faction.
    Cantina: A ‘hangout’ in the Star Wars World
    Cap: Maximum – Usually referring to level or attribute bonuses
    Cast: Preforming combat spell actions (Casting heals, casting spells, casting buffs)
    Caster: A character which can cast (non-melee damage, heals, spells, buffs)
    Carebear: A derogatory name given to players who avoid or do not support PvP
    CC: Crowd Control
    CE: Collectors Edition (of SW:TOR)
    Class: A Class determines the set of abilities and statistics for your character.
    Cleanse: General term for abilities which remove Debuffs from players (usually a healer ability).
    Client: The game data and program stored on a players PC. Allows access to the game Server.
    Cooldown: The time between using an ability and the time it is ready to use again.
    CO-OP: Cooperative
    Con: Consider, to judge the difficulty of a mob
    Companion: An NPC which fights or supports alongside your avatar (similar to a pet.)
    Corpse /Corpse Run: 1. A dead NPC or Player. 2. The act of retrieving ones avatar who has died.
    Crew Skills: The skills you have that your companions use; split into three groups: Gathering, Crafting, and Missions.
    Crit: Critical Hit, a hit which does additional damage. Usually a multiplier (1.5x, 2x, 3x)
    Critter: A non-combat creature which generally is common spawn.
    CS: Customer Service
    CT: Short for Cyber Tech (a crew skill)
    CU: Combat Update/Upgrade relating to SWG.
    CUL8R: See you later

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  • D
    D&D: Dungeons and Dragons
    Damage Mitigation: A players ability to negate or stop damage (dodge, block, absorb)
    DAoC: Dark Age of Camelot (
    DC or d/c: Disconnected see LD
    DD: 1. Direct Damage (spells or attacks which deliver immediate damage upon use) 2. Sometimes also "Digital Download"
    De-buff: Negative effects on attributes.
    DKP: Dragon Kill Points (artificial currency created to determine who revives loot from party content.)
    Ding: When a player has leveled, they will announce it by saying, "Ding!" (named after the noise you hear in most games when gaining a level).
    Dip: Short for Diplomacy (a crew skill)
    Direct Damage: Damage done directly and or immediately to a mob
    Dirt Nap: Slang for dead. Most corpses lie on the ground when killed.
    Dispel: The act of or ability to remove a harmful effect on the target (diseases, debuffs, poisons)
    DMG: Damage
    DND: Do Not Disturb
    DoT: Damage Over Time
    DPS: Damage Per Second (Damage)
    DSP: Dark-Side Point or sometimes Dark-Side Power
    Drop: Loot off a mob
    Dropped: Connection lost, see DC or LD
    Duping: An exploit which creates multiple items from a single source

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  • E
    EA: Electronic Arts (
    Emote: A player gesture or action that expresses emotion
    Endgame: Content available to characters once they reach the level cap
    Ent: Entertainer (a SWG class)
    Epeen: Slang for ego, pride, or attitude in a virtual sense. Slang for the "whose is "bigger" argument."
    EQ: EverQuest (
    EULA: End User License Agreement - contract a player accepts before they are allowed access to a game.
    EV: Eternity Vault (an Operation in SW:TOR)
    Exp: Experience / Experience Points
    Experience: An artificial currency acquired through completing tasks/quests, killing mobs, or various other achievements in games.
    Exploit: A beneficial (although illegal) in game action, exploits a game system

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  • F
    F2P: Free to Play (no subscription fees)
    Facerolling: Used to describe an encounter that is too easy (IE.. using face on keyboard to finish it)
    FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions (
    Farm /Farming: Continuously camping something for the purpose of gains.
    Fear / Fearing:An ability that causes loss of control of your character see CC
    FFA: Free For All (a typical loot system)
    Flag: A status change, "Flagged for combat," "Flagged for PvP." Also an item for some pvp contests.
    Flaming: Hostile and insulting interaction between Internet users. (see bashing)
    Flash Point: A critical point in story driven content, only accessible to those in your party. (See Instance)
    Focus: to focus all damage on a specific player or npc (see, Burn/burn down. train)
    FoTM: Flavor of the Month. Relating to the common occurring class changes of players who keep switching to what is deemed the current most popular or powerful setup or class.
    FTW: For the Win (exclamation after successful attempt at something)
    FTL: For the loss (exclamation after an unsuccessful attempt at something)

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  • G
    Gank: Engaging in PvP in which the attackers far outnumber (in rank, level or numbers) the opponent
    GCD: Global Cool Down - See "Global Cooldown"
    Gear: Anything a player can equip
    GF: 1. Good Fight (exclamation of praise after a duel). 2. Sometimes "Go Figure")
    GG /GJ: Good Game / Good Job (sometimes derogatory to the loosing opponent)
    Gimp: Actions (usually necessary) with Talents or equipment that makes your character ineffective. (See nerf)
    GL: Guild Leader or sometimes and exclamation of "good luck"
    Global Cooldown: The minimum time ALL Abilities have to wait between use and the next time it is ready to use. See GCD and Cooldown
    Glowbat /Glowstick: a somewhat derogatory term for a lightsaber weapon, and their wielders the Jedi or Sith
    GM: Game Master (In-game support agent) or Guild Master
    Grave-yard: The area you goto when incapacitated
    Grief: Harassing another player usually though Camping, Ganking, Exploits or some combination.
    Grind: To specifically gain experience via farming mobs, often repetitive and mindless.
    Group: A temporary combination of players for mutual benefit
    GtG: Good to Go / sometimes "Got to Go"
    GUI: Graphical User Interface (the games interface) pronounced "Gooey"
    Guild: A player association (collection of like minded players with goals)

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  • H
    Hate: See aggro
    Healer: A player who is capable of restoring lost health.
    Hitbox: The invisible target-able area around a player or creature in-game
    HoT: Heal Over Time
    HP: Hit Points / Health Points
    HUD: Heads Up Display (relating to UI)

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  • I
    IA: Imperial Agent (1 of 8 classes in SWTOR)
    IC: In-Combat or In-Character when used with Roleplaying
    IMBA: Short for Imbalanced. Relates to a player being overpowered (or appearing to be.)
    IMO/IMHO: In my opinion /humble opinion
    Imp: Short for Imperial (Faction relating to The Empire)
    Inc: Incoming (heads up for approaching mobs)
    Interrupt: An ability which will stop (Interrupt) the casting of a spell.
    Instance: An ingame location that is only accessible by a player and their group. (e.g. some Flashpoints)
    Inv: Short for Investigation (a crew skill)
    IP: Intellectual Property (Complete work or invention that is the result of creativity, such as a manuscript or a design, to which one has rights and for which one may apply for a patent, copyright, trademark). For example: "Star Wars" is an IP.
    IRC: Internet Relay Chat (IRC) is a form of real-time Internet text chat.
    IRL: Meaning In Real Life

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  • J
    JC: Jedi Consular (1 of 8 classes in SWTOR)
    JK: 1. Jedi Knight (1 of 8 classes in SWTOR) 2. Sometimes meaning "Just Kidding"

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  • K
    Keyed: Having access to content (doors or instances) which require a pre-quest or key. (see attunement)
    Kite: keeping an enemy at distance while applying damage, like a kite on a string. Running around.
    KK: Shorthand for "Ok" or "I understand" (from EQ "k" for chat menu and "k" short for ok)
    KoS: Kill on Sight
    KOTOR: Knights of the Old Republic
    KOTOR2/II: Knights of the Old Republic 2: Sith Lords

    KS: Kill Steal (taking credit for a mob that was first claimed by another player)

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  • L
    L2P: Learn to Play (derogatory comment used to insinuate the receiver is a noob)
    LA: Lucas Arts (See LEC)
    Lag: Delays between the action of players and the reaction of the server (hardware/software issues)
    LD: Link Dead (player disconnected but his avatar remains ingame for a short period of time.) sometimes referred to as "Logged"
    LEC: Lucas Entertainment Company (See LA)
    Leech /Leach: A player who goes inactive in a fight or AFK just to benefit off the accomplishments of the other members in the party.
    Leet Speak: Alternative alphabet used by gamers. (L337, L8er, CUL8r, QQ)
    Level: A characters ranked progression in a game or the act of increasing in rank in that progression.
    LFG: Looking For (a) Group
    LFM: Looking For More (for a group)
    Lmao: Laugh My Arse Off
    Log /Logged: The act of or process of exiting the game. Logging Off
    Lol: Laugh Out Loud
    Loot: The action of or the items acquired off the corpse of mobs.
    LOS: Line of Sight
    LotRO: Lord of the Rings Online (
    Lowbie: A player of a lower level regardless of skill
    LSP: Light Side Point / Light Side Power
    LTB: Looking To Buy
    LTS: Looking To Sell
    LTT: Looking To Trade
    Lvl: Level

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  • M
    MA: Main Assist
    Macro: User-made macros, or scripts that can automatically send messages, cast spells, and a variety of other functions. Mainly used to automate things that are repeatedly done to expediate gameplay.
    Main: Someone’s first and/or most advanced character
    MC: Mind Control - a form of CC where a player controls another character for period of time.
    MDPS: Melee Damage Per Second (Melee Player)
    ME/ME2/ME3: Mass Effect 1-3
    Melee: Direct physical combat at close range (hand to hand or weapon combat)
    Microtransaction: Small available ingame purchases to enhance gameplay or offer cosmetic rewards.
    Min/Maxing: Optimization of a character through examination of games combat system.
    MMO: Massive Multiplayer Online
    MMORPG: Massive Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game
    Mob: Mobile Object - An NPC or creature / usually attackable.
    Mod: Moderator or Modification
    MOG: Multiplayer Online Game
    Mount: A ride-able object (creature, bike, car) which transports a player
    MP: Mana Points, Magic Point
    MT: 1. Mistell/misstype (sending the wrong message to the wrong person). 2. Main-tank
    Mule: An alt used to hold extra gear / items.
    Multi-boxing: Using 2 or more PC's to play the game at the same time (controlled via a single player)
    Multi-client: Using 2 or more copies of the game one one PC (controlled via a single player)

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  • N
    NC: Non-Combat
    NDA: NDA is short for a non-disclosure agreement, also known as a confidentiality agreement.
    Nerf: When a class or ability has its effect reduced (term from Nerf toys -soft foam)
    Newb/Newbie: New Player generally not an offensive term
    NGE: New Game Enhancement (see SWG)
    Ninja: A player who loots an item out of turn or without permission before others can stop them
    NOM: Simulating the sound of eating... NOM NOM NOM NOM
    Noob/Nub: Derogatory term used to call a New Player (or Veteran player) bad at what they do.
    NP: No Problem
    NPC: Non-Player Character
    Nuke: High dps casters, AoE or single target Burst damage.
    NVM: Never Mind

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  • O
    OGRA: Opposite Gender Romance Arch
    OMG: Oh my god
    OMW: On My Way or sometimes Oh My Word
    OOC: Out of Character (meaning out of role playing mode and in real life talk)
    OOM: Out of Mana
    OOR: Out of Range
    OP: Original Post or sometimes Over-Powered
    OT: Off tank or sometimes off topic
    Over/Under-Geared: Having gear not appropriate for the encounter (over: too good, under: too bad)
    Own/Pwn: Leetspeak for a major victory over someone or something (See Pwn)

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  • P
    P2P: Pay to Play (has subscription fees)
    PA: Player Association (see guild)
    Party: A group of players.
    Passive: An ability that is always active and doesn't require user interaction to use.
    Pat: Patrol / Pathing Mobs - Mobs moving or approaching (usually re-spawns)
    Pet: An NPC or creature which accompanies your avatar.
    PBE: Point Blank Effect
    PC: Player Character
    PK: Player Killer, Player Killing
    PM: Private Message (see Tell)
    Pop: The reappearance of a creature (see spawn)
    Port: Short for Teleport
    Post-CU: After the Combat Update of SWG
    Pot: Potion, used to describe most positive effect consumable
    Powerlevel: Using higher level or well geared players to quickly level up other characters.
    Pre-CU: Before the Combat Update of SWG
    Proc: Procedure, an effect triggered via another action; combat orientated
    Progression: Recognition for increasing completion of a games feats. Usually registered as guild progression of successful completion of end-game content.
    PST: Please Send Tell
    PTP: Pay to Play (describing a subscription type.)
    PUG: Pick Up Group (a group formed on the spot)
    Pull: To acquire the attention of a mob at range, usually separating from other mobs
    PvE: Player Versus Environment
    PvP: Player Versus Player
    Pwn/Own: Leetspeak for a major victory over someone or something (See Own)

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  • Q
    QFE: Quoted for Effect
    QFT: Quoted for Truth
    QQ: Simulates a pair of crying eyes (usually used as an insult)
    Quest: Pre-written objectives with challenges and rewards or sometimes the act of completing them.
    Queue: The list or act of joining a list to wait for some ingame event or login

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  • R
    Race: Similar to Species, the Race determines the attributes of a player
    Racials: Traits specific to classes which provide benefits unique to that class, examples include abilities or special stat bonuses.
    Raid: A max level instance traditionally designed for groups of 8 or more people to complete
    RDPS: Ranged Damage Per Second
    Reb: Short for Rebel Faction
    Regen: Short for Regeneration, an increase to replenish-able attributes (such as health or force.)
    Rep: Short for Reputation - a players level of recognition or hatred with a given faction.
    Res: Short for "Resurrect" see Rez
    Resistance: Ability to negate or mitigate damage and effects from various non-physical attacks.
    Respec: Short for Re-specialize, a player may Respec to change their main skills and or attributes.
    Rez: Resurrection - A skill that revives a character from incapacitation.
    RMT: Real Money Trade - the sale of ingame assets or accounts for RL money.
    Rofl: Roll On (the) Floor Laughing
    Roll /reroll: 1. To choose, as in "Rolling a jedi" = choosing to play as a Jedi. 2. Also Roll of a die.
    Root: An ability that prevents or constricts movement (a debuff)
    RP: Role Play
    RPG: Role Playing Game
    RvR: Realm versus Realm (method of PvP found in the games DAoC and WAR consisting of two opposing sides engaging in PvP combat over objects such as keeps and relics.)

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  • S
    Sap: The ability to put a mob to sleep
    School: The classification of abilities into base groups. For example Fire, Arcane, Ice and so on. Physical damage is also considered a "school" even though it is not technically "magic."
    Server: The game data stored on a system accessible by a player when they connect through their client. (See Client)
    SI: Sith Inquisitor (1 of 8 classes in SWTOR)
    Silence: A debuff which temporarily interrupts spellcasting
    Skills: Player character learned abilities; an effect (power, skill, or spell). (See Abilities)
    Skill Tree: Hierarchical structure of skills where the organization resembles the branches of a tree. Skills at the "top" are only accessible by choosing (or spending talent points) on skills lower down on the branches.
    SOE: Sony Online Entertainment (
    Solo: Playing by ones self, without the aid of other players.
    Soulbound: Linked or, the act of linking an item to a player. (See Bind)
    Smug: Smuggler (1 of 8 classes in SWTOR)
    Snare: An ability that can slow or prevent movement
    SP: Skill Point or Spell Power
    Spawn: The appearance or location of NPCs and creatures as they are generated/regenerated in the game.
    Spec(s): Specific Skill build / Specialization of talents for a players class.
    Speederbike: Any Star Wars single-person or multi-person repulsorlift conveyance vehicle.
    Squishy: A character who dies easily (undergeared or a class which uses gear with less protection)
    SS: Screen Shot or Soul Stone (a WoW ability)
    SSD: Abbreviation for Super Star Destroyer.
    Stack: 1. The maximum amount of one item that will fit in one storage slot (amounts vary). 2. Or the accumulation of stats, buffs, debuffs or effects.
    STAP: Abbreviation for Single Trooper Aerial Platform, a Star Wars vehicle
    Stat: Short for Statistic, usually minor attributes of a character
    Stealth: The ability to become invisible or undetectable for a period of time
    Stun: A debuff which inhibits a player from action for a period of time
    SW: 1. Sith Warrior (1 of 8 classes in SWTOR). 2. OR Short for Synthweaving (a crew skill)
    SWG: Star Wars Galaxies (
    Swoop: A modified speederbike (faster).
    SWTOR: Star Wars: The Old Republic ( (this game)

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  • T
    Tag: Marking mobs so as to receive credit or loot once they are killed
    Talents: A players specialization via spending talent points on skills/abilities. See Skill Tree
    Tank: A Class That Is Defensive. Abilities to mitigate damage and or generate threat.
    Taunt: Increasing threat or acquiring the interest of a targeted mob
    Teleport: Instantaneous Travel
    Tell: A private message (see PM)
    TH: Short for Treasure Hunting (a crew skill)
    Threat: Amount of interest a creature or NPC has in a player. See aggro
    Tier Gear /T#: Gear ranked in Tier's acquired from various end-game content. The harder the raid, the higher the tier. Example T1 gear would be from the first progressive endgame raid. T2 would be from the next progressive.
    TL/DR - tldr: Too Long - Didn't Read
    Toon: Someone’s Character
    TOR: The Old Republic
    TP: Short for teleport - Instantaneous Travel
    TPS: Threat per Second (see threat and aggro)
    Train: 1. Learning new abilities 2. To have aggro of many mobs which trail behind the player in a "train" like formation. 3. To focus all damage on a specific player
    Trash: Somewhat useless gear or creatures (Trash Mobs, Trash Loot)
    Troll / Trolling: Slang for someone who posts inflammatory or off-topic messages.
    TS: Tradeskill or Teamspeak
    TSL: The Sith Lords
    Turbine: The producer of LotRO, AC and D&D (
    Twink: An alt made more powerful by items supplied via a more powerful main account.
    TY: Thank You

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  • U
    u50: Short for "under 50" (premade pvp group for the level 10-49 warzones)
    Uber: Meaning "Superior" above average; or very powerful
    UCT: Universal Cutting Tool - slang for a Lightsaber.
    UI: User Interface (the intractable visual elements of a games system)
    Under/Over-Geared: Having gear not appropriate for the encounter (over: too good, under: too bad)
    UT: Short for Underworld Trading (a crew skill)
    Utinni: Exclamation made by various Jawas. Translates roughly to "yay!" (adapted to a claim which translates roughly to "I claim this."

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  • V
    Vent: Ventrilo (a VOIP software)
    VOIP: Voice Over Internet Protocol (voice chat software)

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  • W
    W/: With
    W/O: Without
    W8: Wait
    Walking Carpet: Derogatory term for a Wookiee, referring to its shaggy coat.
    WAR: Warhammer Online (
    Warzones: PvP instances
    WB: Welcome Back
    Whisper: Same as PM or Tell, to send or receive private messages
    Wipe: A group (or Raid) fail which leads to the deaths of all players.
    Woot: 1. An exclamation of excitement or sometimes. 2. We Own the Other Team
    World First: Recognition for a player who achieved a server first feat (such as finding an object, getting a number of kills or looting an item.)
    WoW: World of Warcraft (
    WTB: Want to buy
    WTG: Way to Go (usually an exclamation of distaste resulting from another's actions with negative effects)
    WTS: Want to sell
    WTT: Want to trade

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  • X
    XOXO: Hugs & Kisses
    Xp: Experience/Experience Points

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  • Y
    Y: Why? or sometimes Yes

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  • Z
    Zerg: From the game Star Craft: Having many people rush a point (such as monster) at the same time.
    Zone: A specific area in an mmo, or the act of loading into that area. In some cases the difficulty w/ loading into an area.

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Version 1.0 added - May 15, 2011
Minor Edits and a few additions on Sunday, June 05, 2011
Minor Edits and a few additions on Sunday, September 03, 2011
Minor Edits and a few additions on Friday, September 30, 2011
Version 2.0 added - Oct 5, 2011
Minor Edits and a few additions on Friday, Oct 21, 2011
Minor Edits and a few additions on Thursday, Nov, 3, 2011
Version 3.0 added - Dec 19, 2011
Ported to Launch Forums

Bonus Emoticons:

Smiles: >:] :-) :) :o) :] :3 :c) :> =] 8) =) :} :^) (^_^) (^-^) (^ ^) (^.^) ??? ^_^ '_' ツ ʘ‿ʘ
Hearts: <3
Laughing: >:D :-D :D 8-D 8D x-D xD X-D XD =-D =D =-3 =3 (^o^)
Crying: :'( ;*( (;_;) (T_T) (T~T) (ToT) (T^T) ಥ_ಥ ㅠ.ㅠ
Frowning: >:[ :-( :(  :-c :c :-<:< :-[ :[ :{ (._.) (,_,)
Wink: >;] ;-) ;) *-) *) ;-] ;] ;D (~_^) (^_~) ~.^ ^.~
Sticking Out Tongue: >:P :-P :P X-P x-p xp XP :-p :p =p :-̃ :̃ :-b :b
Shock: >:o >:O :-O :O 0.o O_o @_@ O_O ಠ_ಠ ಠ_ರೃ (*_*)
Annoyed: >:\ >:/ :-/ :/ :\ =/ =\ :S (>_>) (¬_¬)
Straight Face: :|
Sealed Lips: >:X :-X :X :-# :# :$
Kiss: :-* :* (^3^)
Evil: >:) >;) >:-)
Mad: D:< >:( >:-C >:C >:O D-:< >:-( :-@[1] ;( `_´ D< :L (>_<) (>.<) (-_-) ಠ_ಠ
Rock On: \,,/ \m/
Jumping for Joy: \o/ *\o/*
Hi 5: o/\o ^5
Rose: @}-;-'---
Listening To Music: d^_^b d-_-b
Sleeping: [(--)]ZZzzz...
Dead: (X_X) x_x
Crab: (V)!_!(V)
Shrug: ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Do It: (☞゚ヮ゚)☞ or ☜(゚ヮ゚☜)
Angel: ☜(⌒▽⌒)☞

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12.19.2011 , 09:48 PM | #2
Thanks for reposting
Inside everyone there is light, and there is darkness. It is the duality of human nature, inherent in us all. What will it take to bring your darkness to the fore?

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12.20.2011 , 12:47 PM | #3
NP - Now that the game is live, many ingame terms should start rolling in!
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12.20.2011 , 12:49 PM | #4
Was wondering when this would come back. Mods need to sticky again.

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12.21.2011 , 01:51 PM | #5
Quote: Originally Posted by Dasffion View Post
Was wondering when this would come back. Mods need to sticky again.
I agree alas all we can do now is wait
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12.25.2011 , 04:34 AM | #6
Updated the post to include some terms I have been seeing used a lot now that the game is live. (mostly Crew skill abbreviations)
The Ebon Hawk (Light - RP-PvE) UnderWorld Alliance - UA
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01.05.2012 , 05:48 AM | #7
I came across this one today and had to google it:
BiS: Best in Slot
Presumably means the optimum item to equip in a particular character slot.

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01.05.2012 , 05:55 AM | #8
Actually SW:TOR have created a new one for OOM: Out of Mana

OOF: Out of Force
Tormented into Insanity
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Server: The Red Eclipse (EU-PvE)
Open for new recruits

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01.10.2012 , 07:39 PM | #9
Bump, and vote to sticky.
Namadii Corridor server:Jyrrat, and Jyrat

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02.14.2012 , 03:08 PM | #10
This is an excellent list of swtor abbreviations. The only one that I see that's missing is EotT - Eye of the Tiger.